Latino Leadership Pipeline Finalists honored on campus
Goizueta Foundation funds 25 scholarships for future global leaders
Leadership at Hiram High School looks like Adam Reyes, the captain of the marching band’s drumline. At Providence Christian Academy in Lilburn, it’s Michael Turner, the captain of the tennis team. At Alpharetta High School, it’s Alisa Gonzalez’s… more »
As the son of two college professors, Luke Gregory grew up understanding the value of education early on. “My parents were on the faculty at Oxford College of Emory University,” he says, “so I watched my parents serve as devoted educators for many, many years — and later in life, they chose to sponsor several… more »
Every day, the generosity of Georgia State’s donors makes a difference for our students and faculty. As an expression of thanks to those donors, we’ve put the spotlight on three students whose scholarships have opened up amazing opportunities for them at Georgia State. Through this small token of gratitude, we hope to show our growing… more »
Georgia State University was recognized as the national leader in efforts to dramatically increase graduation rates by the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) Tuesday, Nov. 12.
The association, which represents 219 public research institutions and other organizations, named Georgia State the inaugural winner of its Most Visible Progress Trailblazer Award for “its exceptional… more »
The way residents at Lenbrook retirement community light up when they see Tonya Bodie walking down the hallway, you’d think she was the activities planner. “I’m what most people would consider an anomaly: I have a finance and accounting background, but I have a personality,” Lenbrook’s chief financial officer says with a laugh. “You don’t… more »